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D?;ates. and that his conduct, was therefor".--
In violation of the city charter.
-Zio -witnesses named In the Kelly indlet-jn-t
are: John J. Maber, No. 1331 Sheridan
nvauc: Bernard Dlerkes, City Auditor, and
Jou J-Vudi, Jr., City Auditor office.
CT'arlea L. Ccraghty, a member of the
H . ae of DjIegataS. Is also charged with
ci..-"Jmcanor In oince. The Indictment states
i,i Gcrarfhty, under the assumed name of
o a E Murphy, on or abotit February 15,
K. boarded horses for the Police- Depart-
it t. Board of Engineers, Boiler Inspector
t v City Dispensary and rented carriages
i "ncmbera of the Municipal Assembly.
! developed during the Grand Jury's In-
Cization that Murphy is a brother-in-law
muslin UND(
IP" ASIA m 9 njoc nan &kj
Special for-June Clearing
SPECIAL for eur June
Clearing Sale, 50 doz. Petti
coats, In eery style and col
or: worth up to JL25; lOp
tho lot Koine at I mm
dainty colors, ribbon trim
med; worth OEn
Oc. for iUu
Ages 4 to 14; worth up to
ITuS June Clearing (On
Sale Price I3U
O -' w WW UI3W lr.IUeitlIH.IM!
Another one of those sensational Lace and Embroidery Sales the Uindthatias
6XIHTS Ladles Muslin and
CORSETS. (Special.)
H- & H. Corset, worth 7C
tUfi. for. JC
O. D. Corset, worth CCf
tU. for flo-
Cambric Skirts, umbrella
ruffle, with Linen Torchon
or Val. Lace, some have em
broidery flounce, nb
worth JL75. for 301
DRAWERS-Lodles' Draw
ers, umbrella flounce Inser
tion and lace ruffle, QQn
worth 7Ec. for ODl
made people talk about our Lace Department the newest and most desirablc-JacesJ;
at hall and less than half the prices other stores ask for them.
In Ilanibnrz Em
I u broideries. Tor
chon Laces, Valt-n-clennes
Laces. Em
broidery insertions.
11. Swls
Em- 01 Torrhnn Tn-n.
Laces. Galcum
lin!lIop1 fkl tJ2tJ SmwrlMn T 9 c
F. C. Corset, worth
1L09, for.
F. C. Girdle
A good Net Girdle
ici lucks, nin- a-xivf tmnroiderles.
rlenntht Laces and GuipureErabroideries.
ftp Oriental Lace. I'll -Lace Galloons.
oi Applique Em- Ii2u Point de Paris
b'olderies. Valen- Lares. Oriental Laces,
rlennes Laces, Laco Valenciennes Laces,
Headings. Chsntilly Laces.
Kmbroiaertes, unen
tftt 7-arL Anillo3e
Laces, Lace Beading,-,?
A good Drawers, with Qn
deep ruffle, for. lou
GOWNS Two rows inser
IQ Erabroldcry
I3l Flouncing Vene
tian Laces. Appltque
ncadlne. PoiO-t. de
Paris Laces. Valen
ciennes Laces.
2craghtr and that the latter had no nu-c-lty
to use Murphy's name, bo Murphy
".e witnesses against Ccraghty are John
i Murphy of the Rice-Stlx Iry Goods
-ipany, Bernard Dlerkes, City Auditor:
j a FaudI, Jr., City Auditor's office, and
-3 Dowling, page In the House of De'e-
ts. The latter, the Indictment charges,
. ,1 the vouchers fcr Geraghty in the
: (tor's office.
71 n Lace Bands,
2" liexdlngs. Em
broidery Applique.
Valenciennes Laces.
tion, hemstitched tucks, ruf-
ts, ruf-
A good soiled
worth up to
11.00, at
Corset, sane
;. IOC
iiu ai nccit enu nieeves;
worm ioc, or.
Commences Monday morninjr at S a. m. and rrlll continue until all surplus stock
and all goods sllprhtly soiled or mussed from handling- tvlD, go at almost any prico
to close them out quick. We mention only a few of the thousands of bargains
that await you here on Monday; a sreat many Roods can he bousht as Itnr aa
10, 25 and oOc on the Dollar, so be sure to lay in a supply for months to come,
for it will be many a day before jou will have such a chance again.
W ' MM
....... -,-.-.-,n-- S HhjwJSk 4fa a a .-h.1?! h.' xlr
WMMP ,d BiAVWWHlW fjinarmo' Sflio n? ajiae crniS Ztvhvmdnvtmi
K pBBsl
f " BpsbH
m r?
Oontluaod Front Pise One.
npr;'Unr u to be almort beyond belief, and I
- U Be years before the extent of the
-1,-ieries is fully realized Knowing j
v public funds stolen and squandered.
Is steeped deep In corruption and tho
. - ice laid bare, there have been no out-
of lndlena'.Ion. no public mcetlnss
n kird :o express horror at tho sltua
Wc b'lieve. thouen, there must be In
carts of the people an abiding sense
injustice and wrong done them and
;nnInatlon to tee that those re-
tie for th-o Infamies be made t
ne penalty of the law.
indeed best that this spirit prevails,
tc-e be no hasty public demonstra
?ut that the law should be allowed
e its course, unhampered and un
led. This disposition of the taz
we are persuaded. Is not on account
ed consciences, but Is an indication
ey havo confidence ic the law and
clal of the law to fearlessly and
ptlbly enforce It. The proceedings
jriberr trials that have taken place,
i convictions that have follows justi
ciar that ail of the guilty will meet
it reward, and the result must needs
t tter and purer condition of our mu-
airous. Tne problem of municipal
lent is a serious one and has en-
the attention of students every-
-. We believe St. Louis is on the eve
f ( ijr It, end by reason of the vteorous
tent of the laws is leadine the way
en government free from corruption
ti o her cities may well follow. It must
t jo imagined, however, that this work
I i) cesy one. or without powerful oppo-
"n The bribery mongers have millions
if none and untold Influence. They will
i .11 the resources at their command to
iM art taose who would drag them out to
tl - de lerta. The task has been a stu
r jua one: the obstacles encountered and
Tfcn.i' will perhaps never be appreciated
' the p ibllo at large. The results, so far,
I ic ben most sucesstul. The efforts of
tr. Circuit Attorney in weedlni; out this
i rruptio'i should, and we believe does,
I'eet the hearty approval and sincere ln-
- ement of all decent citizens.
t oni'cr or THE COURT
ok citiJtrsAL connEcnojf.
V.'c liai had occasion to inquire into the
conduct rf the Court of Criminal Correc
t en. Under the law all cases from the
Police Courts, on appeal, go to the Court
of Criminal Correction, and nearly all of
the felony oharjes originate there. It is a
court of appeals from the police courts and
the Judge of that court sits as a commit
ting magistrate in felonies. It also has ex
clusive Jurisdiction of misdemeanors com
mitted aslnst the State law. The Imoort-
nnce of thla court in maintaining peace and
order Is beyond that of any other In our
city. It ras Jurisdiction of all the more-
common offenses, such as c&rrylns con-
Table Lsnsn, Twefs and Bad Spreads.
TOWELS K dozen
hemmed and fringed buck
Towels, extra large size,
worth up to 2So Clear
ing Sil price, lie, C
10c. 7fcc and 3C
dozen extra large size
Turkish Towels, bleached
and unbleached, worth I5o
Clearing Sale Monday at
lJe. UUc Vie. f -
i Ec and 32G
TOWELING 1 case of
mill lengths ef 18-Inch
roller Toweling, red
bordered, worth 6HC
Monday Clear- 01
lng Sale, per yard. 62C
mense lot of One Bed
Spreads. Marseilles pat
terns, extra large size, will
be offered in to-morrow's
clearing sale at one-half
their value.
CJo Bed Spreads for.....05o
87c Bed Spreads for Bno
tlM Bed Spreads for....7B
1LM Bed Spreads for oic
J2 00 Bed Spreads for..1.25
U.S0 Bed Spreads for?l!8
en Turkey Red and red
bordered Dama.-k Cloths,
go In clearing sale Monday:
4c Table Cloth for. S5o
c Table Cloth for S8o
87c Table Cloth for 50c
Sc Table Cloth for T5o
JL25 Table Cloth for.....7c
L Table Cloth for.....08o
silver bleached and cream
Table Damask, worth up
to SSc yard Clearing Sale
Price, 43c, 2Sc,
ZSc and
TABLE3 LINEN X case of
Turkey Red Table Linen,
warranted fast color, the
: kind Clearing 1ft
Sale Prico lUtf
TOWELING M pieces of
io-lnch Rurslan Crash,
worth me a yard Clear
ing Sale Monday t
at, per yard ,.,ww
25 dozen good Window
Shades, all complete. June
Clearing Sale Price
Mattings SO rolls of heavy
China Straw Matting, worth 25c,
June Cl-arlnr Salt, Prlc, per yd
Sensational Wash
The biggest bargains of the entire season In Lawns. Piques. Dimities. Ginghams,
GOc Ladles' fine Imported
Lisle thread and plain
cotton hoso, (En
for IOC
ZSc Infants socks. In all
colors. Clearing C.
Sale Price flC
Dress and Walk- Q nfl
ing Skirts OOiUU
Flomvte or flare walking
skirts, with many rows
of stitching around bot
tom. Monday, a 00
special bargain SU"
Just received 75 dozen
wool dress skirts, extra
well Hied and faultlessly
made skirts, worth three
times the price we ask
for them, which we will
place on sale Mon- Cfp
day at Oil"
of col
of strlr
will b en sale to-morrow.
Yard for Corded
Lawns, Dimities,
Batistes and Ging
hams, in fancy
printings, a choice variety
of colorln?s, styles and
patterns for shirt waists
ind dresses: real vaiue ivc.
For Printed Organdies,
tiste. Lawns. Dimities
Ginghams. In fancy colorings.
of strines. neuron, dots and stripes: also.
beautiful lot of Flnues. Ducks and Covert
Cloths, for ekirtlngs. worth 20o yard.
Yard for Scotch Lawns, large
assortment of patterns, in
pinks and blues, worth Be yard;
In basement.
Yard for Fancy Printed Challles;
large assortment, worth Sc; in
Yard for Printed
Lawns. Batistes,
Dimities and
Dress Gingham".
the mot denlrable of this
season's fabrlco. never be
fore offered for les than
lZo and 15c
C Dimities ar
a nell-rel
It will pay you to take advantage of this opportunity.
For BatIte,Lawns,
and Fancy
nchams. In
tll-r!rt,1 ,
riety of styles and pat
trns of fancy figures,
stripes, and dots, all col
ors, a good value at lc.
Yard for Fine Printed Dimities,
soft finish, large ariety to select
from Monday; in basement.
Yard for Printed Irish Dtmitie,
Lawns and Batistes, a splendid
variety of good patterns, alt de-
ilrable summer fabrics, and excellent
values at 13c and 2Cc jard.
For Dotted Swlu Tissues. Organ
dies, Moensellne de Sole. Mercer
ized Ginghams. Satin Foulards.
beautiful designs and colorings, the
proper fabric for suitings ana snirt
! Gigantic White Goods Clearing Sale.
5 000 pieces of white Goods bought at ISc on the dollar. All new, clean, up-td-dat.
goods which will go In this Clearing Sale at half price and less.
Choice, Sher India Lin
en, Jjouea swis"
40-Inch Lawns.
Check Dimities.
Lace Cii'ck
Lawns PiaU
"Va-mA Lawnr. Nainsook
I a. a. check?.
Choice, Fine India Linen,
r ine cneck raln
rook. Dotted
Swiss. Far.cy
W h 1 1 e Lawns,
Fine Dimities.
I-ace Stripe Batiste.
French Orgac
d 1 e . Persian
Lawnsi Mercer-
(1 oxfords.
French Lawns.
Corded Madras,
Welt Plouej.
India Linen and
25c, Pearl Neck
ueics. 2 and 3
for!f:?: 9c
5LC0 Beaded Bags,
Price. 25C
2Sc Gibson Waist
Pin Sets; Clearing
Bale Kb
Price OC
15c Hose Support-
ore. R-ibber Bui
panir. 2C
Coats' and J. J.
Clark's best 203
yard Thread, two
?o?.!!?. 5c
Remnants of ISc
Silk Garter Elas-
Jo?. 5c
I0c French Shoe
Posodont Tooth
Wash; Clearing
12HC Men's Plain
White Hemstitch
ed Handkerchiefs;
CIariag C
Sale Price 0G
Or 6 for 25c
Ec Toilet Soap. Im
ported Castile and
2 Ic
15c Ladies" Em
broidered asd, Lacs
edge Hand- Or,
kerchiefs for 03U
Ladies' Neckwear:
ail styles ana
kinds: worth up
to 50c; your C
cholce for....... 0b
Needlework Dent. (Main Floor.)
StarapM Ecarfs and Shams. Tray Cloths. Doylies, Pillow Tops. Laundry Bags, odds
and ends, worth up to 35c June Clearing Sale . "
Price, your choice only IMG
nli-k TSnriTnijw C1Tlr y t sn . t -
waists, par excellent value for 23c and 25c. t aTitT; onl-...7. Z J6 C .onll"T..::. IbC
jxj:&j& clsjahiq aiLisi
stiver Men's Furnishings,
Baraalns Like You Never Got Before.
ccaled weapons, gambling, assaults and bat
teries, keeping houses of ill repute, petit
larceny and disturbing the peace. Tho
prosecution and conviction of persons guil
ty of thesj offenses Is of the greatest im
portance to the olty. If the Judge of this
court tbutes his discretion and shows an
unreasonable leniency towards offenders
brought before him for trial, and repeated
ly refuses to convict no matter how strong
or conclusive the evidence may be. Irrepar
able Injury is done. ,
If professional bondsmen and graftsmen
sre allowed to Influence decisions, th
harmful ef-'ects are manifold. It is not only
a license ta the defendant to repeat the of
fense, but it is a notice to others that they
'will not bi punished If they commit the
sime offense. The presiding Judge of this
(ourt should be above approach In public
and prtvato life. The greatest core should
be taken in his selection, for his wide In-
fluence anil power for good or evlL This
rourt can beeither a mighty force for law
.fiii' -onl'.', or a distributing agency for
reeds of lawlessness and disorder.
The prernt system of prosecuting of
fenders against the law in St. Louis should
be speedily abolished by an amendment to
the law. The act making the Court of
Criminal Correction a separate court, wlch
a distinct ret of prosecuting officers, it not
In harmony with the most effective prosecu
tions. The entire machinery for the enforce
ment of the law should bo put in the hands
of one prosecuting officer, with a sufficient
number of assistants to take care of the
interests of the State in all cases.
tvonitntcs of the
l'OLlcn DUPAItTlinST.
I Wo have tpent considerable time looking
Into the wo: kings of the Police Department
and Its methods of procedure. We find that
the personnsl of the force is good and the
general appearance and executive capacity
of the men ilrserve favorable comment. The
business mathods pursued by the depart
ment in the purchase of supplies, however,
we find in many instances is subject to
much criticism In not securing competitive
prices or information as to the market value
of goods. The new police manual, wo are
told, provides for a number of chances in
this regard, which will greatly benefit the
department. When its provisions are put In
operation, cs we are promised will soon be
dene, we hope for much Improvement over
present conditions.
We think it Is but Justice to say that we
found a willingness on the part of heads of
departments to rully co-operate with this
Jury and to remedy defects to which their
attention was directed.
All the raambers of the present force, re
gardless of party, belong to one political
association and pay assessments to It.
While thr may be no direct orders to this
effect yet the implied suggestions bring
about that result, and tho tendency Is to
engender in the minds of the officers the
idea that they must serve their psrty be
fore1 they serve the public. Members of the
force should be left free to exercise their
political rights and be made to understand
that the Interests of the party must be
subservient to the Interests of tie public.
In the course of our Investigations we dis
covered that the lighting contract two years
ago was let to the Kern Incandescent Light
Company, which company gave a bond in
the sum of S200.W0. with a surety company
for the faithful performance of Its contract.
This bond was soon afterwards forfeited
by reason cf the failure of the company to
comply with its agreement, whereby the
city was compelled to relet the contract at
on Increase, during the term nf tt in
fract, of some half million dollars. The at
tention of the city officials has been called
to this, and we promised that In due time
and Bori' Urnt
bniru, (.leancg in.
Bale Price ....f. IUC
Men's and Boys' Shirts, silk
fronts, Madra s. Bedford
Cords, etc, worth XI; OC.
Clearing Sale Price ZOC
H-W Shirts, latest styles, all
high grade, made of the finest
Imported goods: cn
Clearing Sale Price JJUG
73o Night Shirts, nicely trim
med; Clearing nr.
Sale Price DC
3 09 Silk Shirts, the latest
styles; Clearing Pi nc
Sale Price JliiJO
Bow Ties, made of CO silks,
beautiful assortment Qi
of patterns 073C
10c Tics, Shield In
and Bond Bow lu
5o Belts, Men's and Boys',
pri?ertn.5?.t!f. I4c
Socks Men's Full Seamless
Socks, black, blue, red and
French mixed, worth up C
to 12Hc. cut to ub
EOc Men's Fine Imported
Bocks. In plain and fancy
stripes and lace open work,
all the latest effects; also a
let of silk embroidered; ICn
Clearing Sale Price lulf
Police and Firemen's Sus
penders, worth up Cn
to E0c; Sale Price I0G
15c Suspenders, men's and
boys', good clastic: Cn
Sale Price 30
COc Silk Lisle Suspenders,
Clearing Sale OQ
-" '- "
;g- SU8TS.
23c Juby Trimming,
Ulack and wnlte.
Sal Price (yard)...
Big Parasol Sale.
Such as ladles' fine Taffeta.
China and Mercerized Silk,
plain and figured, hemstitched
and some elaborately trimmed
with chiffon and ruffle to
match. In all the latest spring
shades and combinations
worth up to $7.50 at J4.85,
12.49, n.25. d
C3c and 3
An elegant assortment In Wash Suits, made
of Lawn, Chambray, Swiss and Organdie
and cither beautiful summer materials,
elaborately trimmed.
COO Suit for...251 J750 Suit for..M.f8
p.V Suit for.2.tiS IOQ.03 Suit for..$5.89
Entire factory's close-out of C30 Dress
Skirts, In linen, crash, pique, duck, all
yies; are worm more
than double the price; some
flounce or flare Monday
10 to It, at 42c and
From U to U we will sell a COO
eaay-Aiaae Waist, any
size and good colors
or white, one to a
Children's Dresses
Pretty Lawn and Percale Dresses,
elaborately trimmed and ruffles
over snouidor ap AND
?."" ill: up.
;ii a n.ro
Big bargains in Wrappers
i or Aionaay. uawn or
Percale, a 8.50
WrflDDef Clearlnr
Sale Price
25c im
Ladles' and Men's Steel Bod
Umbrellas, fine English Gloria
clot,-.; Clearing 0Cr
Sale Price uiflC
$2.50 for 95c
Ladles' and Men's Fine Mer
cerized and All Silk Um
brellas; a beautiful assort -Srrfent'of
handles: the hind
that are generally cn pXO
Umbrellas Clear- QC
lng Sale Price .OB"
S5.00 Umbrellas for $1.45.
Ladles' and Men's Fine Taf
feta Silk Umbrellas, in block
and colors, a beautiful assort
ment of handles Cysarins
Irlc'e $1.45
Lace Curtains and Draperies.
ZOO pairs of J1.E0 Nottingham
and Scotch Lace Curtains,
per pair. June Clearing CD
Bole Price 03"
Lace Netting 4tt inches wide.
all good pattcrnr, for door and
transom curtains, worth 25c;
June Clearing Sale fJ
Price (per ard) 0
Mercerized Silkollne, worth
12c and 15c; June Clearing
Sale Price O'r
(per yard)
600 Oil Opaque Window
Shades, mounted on good
poring rollers, worth GOc:
June Clearing 0f-
Sale" Price I3
KM ,AH-Wool Ingrain Room
Rugs, Clearing CI CO
Sale Price dl03
Extraordinary Under-Priced.
Colored Taffeta, in all leading colors. White Habutal,
Japanese Wash Silks, plain and fancy Foulard Silks and
Satins, exclusive styles and colors, and neat designs.
Peau de Sole Silks, mo3t excellent quality; Wash Silk,
splendid for summer wear; China Silks. In all colors.
Odds and Ends of Fancy Silks. All these silks worth up
to tl CO ard; clearing
sale price, per yard,
69c, 43c, 35c, 25c and...
You Never In Your Life Got Such Bargains
as These.
Underwear Men's Fine Balbriggan Underwear. In fancy col
ors, fancy stitched seams, silk trimmed, pearl buttons, all sizes;
wonn c: IJIViC
Gloves and Hosiery.
Terrible Slaughter.
Lsdles Silk. Lisle and Cottra
Mitts and Gloves, worth tp
to 25c:
Sale Price..
Gloves for..
12a Ladles' and
Seamless Hose,
in Basement
13c Ladles and Children's
Fancy Hose; Clear
ing Sale Price ,
iiu.wiiii.il uli ii iected extraordinary values in MIDiaery
One long table consisting of
Ladles' and Misses' bat shapes.
Walking Hats. Iyghoms and
Children's Linen Hats, noth
ing worth less than 50c; IQf.
Monday only .lo'
One table of Children's Mull
Hats, none worth less than a
dollar and as high as ilGJ;i On
Monday only H-01,
One table of Children's Trim
med Leghorn Hats, worth from
93c to H.4S; in-
Monday only .. HO"
Z tables of Ready-tc-Wear
Hats, all kinds and worth all
kinds of money; Cleariai-TJ
Ril Price D
Monday ..TO
One table of handsome "Flow
ers, worth from 13c to C.
45c; Monday .0
One table of beautiful Flow!
rs. former prices from Q
23c to Tic; Monday .... 0
Proportional reductions mads
on an trimmed bats
this sale.
Ladles' Fine Kid Shoes, made
by the Emerson Shoe Manu
facturing Company. They ar
stamped on the soles to bs
sold at $1.50. ,
Ladles Tan and Black Ox
fords, worth up to 22.00 e. pair.
All styles and sizes.
Children's Shoes, worth up to
JLW a pair; in button or lace,
leather or patent tip.
Misss' Tan or Black Sandsls
and Fedoras, worth up to fttO
per pair; all sizes.
Indies' Samnle Shoes in but
ton or laco; all the latest
styles; worth up to X2.00 a
.Ladies' iCifOTr""TI ht'Don-
-"troUt or fine Vld Kid; regular'
prices, XL50, XL.75 and COO.
Misses' Shoes In low heel or
sp. heel. Genuine Vld Kid
Shoes In patent or stock tips;
all styles and sizes.
Men's and Boys' Shoes In calf,
or genuine Vld Kid leather;
worth up to $2X0 a pair; your
) PAIR..
Sale Price In Basement
Men's Balbriggan Underwear,
In plain and fancy colors,
well made, finished seams end
pearl buttons, double-seated
drawers, .in ribbed and plain,
all sizes in match suits; Oln
worth 50c; Sale Price l'
Men'sFlne Silk-flnishcd Bal
briggnn and Fancy Stripe Un-der-ar,
shirts nicely iiniened
scams and pearl buttons, double-seated
drawers, is ribbed
and plain, fancy and solid col
ors, some silk striped, lace,
open-work goods among tho
lot;" orth 7c; QQn
Sale Price UUl
Uhderwear Here Is the big
gest bargain in Men's Silk Un-
I uerwear that St.Louls has ever
seen. Tou'd hardly believe It.
but it's a fact. They're T2.0J
good?, but the sizes axe some
what broken; CQn
Sale Price 03l
Men's JS.50 Silk Underwear, of
our regular sizes; will tf I 0
go In this sale for ?Ii'tU
Klastlo Seam Drill Drawors.
made of the best drilling.
double studied seams; "1 f, n
worth T3c; Sale Price.
Ladles' and Children's Be
Vests: Clearing 0IZ.O
Sale Price f-2-
Lariles' Lace-trlmmed Vests,
pinks, blues and white; worth
15c. Sale On
Vests. In
50c Silk and Lisle
whites and colors,
23c Lace-trimmed Pants, la
dies' and children's, knee
length, wide
Clearing: Sale
Monday in
FRUIT OF THE L00MiIl!f.f....J..
Priflfc Full Standard Dress Prints red.
s I 111 IS blues, grays and blacks Oln
tl in ah im ci5e Scod Apron Chick Gingham,
Uingnaill worthSc-CiearingExe Oln
stoio, LyaXi
JH rt cH ns-O0O yards of good Bleach Mns-Q i
ill Ub 1 1 11 lln-rejtular 5c qualltv-8 to 10.. 0 7- G
VtaH Chonre Tx90 extra value ready-made
utu kjiibfaia Bleach Sheets
worth GOc.
I InfnfTC raa Camhrle Lining all It
1.1111115 colors la Basement 5 to lLIaB
BaT Cftonf c 1 ease of hemmed Unbleached
BU OlICClS Bed Sheets, worth c qc.
Clearing Sale Price U
! Sheeting Remnants cf 9-4 Bleached Sheeting (50!J
f e b
Sc Dinner PaH,
lust like cut.from heavy Wock
Hto 9
o'clock .
tin CIl Can, goes
S&?jff? 25c j
C Wood-Frame
Wrinfter. with
good Kuober QQn
dsy.from 9 to 10 C a
o'clock, only .... o "
for thU U.00 BO"a-
Chair. . .. .
A no inu-sizo
QO. for a fu 1-slso Mattress, with
QOli Iron Bed good tick.
SI 25 '"Kock0"00 '"nJteenInel0,llJ'' for"
Fine Toilet Set of 10 large
useful pieces CI OC
8 too'clocir...........dlitJ
A flne STjOO Dinner Set of 100
large useful pieces OQ MQ
from 9 to 10 Ou.rU
73c Set Cups and Saucers') ig
go for, each L3
O QQforaKKcies
OO'OO Safs. OiM
Uko cut for S8;
Get Rs&dr tor Warm Weather.
J'y a complete change In breakfast at
is time of the year, one can put the body
j;ht to go through the summer comfcrta-
jcnve oS meat, potatoes and heavy body
1. citing foods, and use the food that will
urish the body and give reserve force to
1 he brain itnd nervous system.
A most appetlxlnjr and healthful break
fist can be made on Grape-Nuts and
cream, some fruit and perhaps two soft
boiled egg 1 this meal will furnish full
strength cod nourishment up to the next
and has n remarkable effect on the body
during hot weather. Remember the cells
of the body you aro now building will last
ou Into ijmmer, so bs sure and build the
kind that tend to keep a cool body and
level had.
One pcurd of Grape-Nuts has more nour
Ihment that the system will absorb than
ten pound 1 of meat, without any of the
Internal heat of meat that a person wishes
to- avoid daring the worm season; Its rich,
nutty flavor added to the delicate sweet of
the grape sugar makes a dish pleasing to
the most critical taste.
Von receive Grape-Nuts from the grocer
Effidy to rve. as It has been thoroughly
kel at the factory by food experts, and
thlr saves heat from cooking and time and
rx -tlon nscessary In preparing ordinary
A chans t from the old breakfast to one
like this will refresh and invigorate the
yitem tn a surprising manner and permit
you to enioy the pleasures of summer In a
coel. -comfortable fashion when your neigh
bors, differently fed, will bs "tot,"
suit will be brought to enforce the payment
of the bond.
We suggest and recommend that the
City Auditor not only audit the bills as
now presented to his office for payment,
but also the books and records of every
department of the city in which the hand
ling of public money enters, and that a
sufficient provision be made by the proper
authority for this purpose.
We have examined at some length Into
the methods of purchasing supplies in
vogue in several of the departments, and
End them in many Instances to be devoid of
the most ordinary principles of economy.
Large quantities of supplies of various
Kinds are not only ordered without bids
being taken, but without even the formal
ity of asking for a price. In some depart
ments certain houses ara designated by
chiefs of departments, to whom orders are
to be sent, while in other departments
thousands of dollars' worth of open orders
are placed with email or comparatively
unknown houses, or with these known to
be fictitious and having no legal existence.
The heads of departments may not b
beneflted by these methods, olthouth It is
Impossible for the Jury to reconcile the
same wua me aemanus ox ordinary busi
ness care, and we are forced to conclude
that they are either willfully conniving, or
are incompetent and unworthy to be
trusted with such Interests.
The many assignation houses run under
the guise of hotels whereby the Innocent
are deluded and betrayed Is a subject for
serious consideration. While the total
eradication of places of disrepute cinnot
be hoped for, yet the practice of parading
under the sign of an honest avocation for
the DUmose at deceiving nhntilrt he mtnrnA
The law on this subject provides sufficient
penalties, but the requirements as to proof
are manifestly extremely hard to meet. We
recommend that all hotels be licensed by a
municipal law in the same manner that
saloons are now licensed under the State
law, and that provision be made for the
refusal of a license to any place of bad
repute, or the revocation of a license that
may have been previously granted. Wo
regard this as the only practical way in
which the problem can be solved. We trust
the city officials will give this careful
Too much credit cannot be given to the
Circuit Attorney, Mr. Joseph W. Folk, and
Assistant Circuit Attorney. Mr. W. Scott
Hancock, for .the fearless. Intelligent ana
untiring manner In which they are dis
charging the duties of their important po
sitions. The city is especially fortunate In having
at Its command the services of two such
able and devoted officials. Only thos ac
quainted with the nature and extent of the
work done can have any Just appreciation
of its value to tho community.
With men of the type of these at tho
beads of all departments of the city gov
ernment, men not only alert, industrious,
capable and fearleM. hnt nr hfrh mnmt .
tone ond sterling character, the municipal-
Folk, and Assistant Circuit Attorney, Mr.
W. Scott Hancock, the thanks of this
Grand Jury are due for their uniform cour
tesy and aid in all matters pertaining to
Its duty. Respectfully submitted.
A. W. BENEDICT. Foreman.
James Barry last February. Is Indicted on
the charge of murder in the second de
gree. Other indictments were returned t
Sam Aaron, forgery first degree; WlItHra
F. Huey and James R. Barnett, forgery
second degree: Henry W. Estes and
William v. Itiiflr. embezzlement: Hugh
O'Neill and Walter Mcllugh. burglary and
I mp s
larceny, three counts; Abe Slupsky, assault
to Kin: uscar ueiL srana larceny: 1 nomas
Qulnn, ' murder In the second degree, and
Fred Martin,
His Wife Says He Is Visiting in
, Chicago.
At No. "332 California avenue, Mr. Beech's
residence, his wife stated that he was in
Chicago on a business trip and would not
be bock for several days. She said he left
St. Louis Sunday night, intending to be
gone a week. She has heard from him
once since reaching Chicago, but he did
not give his address, and she does not
know where he could be located in that
At Cherokee Garden, on establishment
conducted by Mr. Besch's mother, a bar
keeper stated that Mr, Bescb left the city
for a short business trip Sunday night and
he could not tell when he would be back.
He did not know where Mr. Besch could be
found, as he Is moving from place to place
as the nature of his business requires.
E. F. W. Meier of the E. F. W. Meier
China and Glass Company, of which Mr.
Besch Is a stockholder, raid: "Mr. Besch,
Is in Chicago on business for the company.
He Is conducting the sale of a. large bill of
goods, and I expect he will be in the city
again next week."
The Deputy Sheriffs who were searching
for Besch reported at the close of the day
that they had been unable to And htm. It
Is believed by 'Circuit Attorney Folic and
the officials at the Four Courts that Besch
is la Mexico or on his way there.
Echo of the "Bad Jack" Williams
Besides the bribery Indictments, the
Grand Jury returned several other "true
bills." George, olios "Red" Moloney, and
Michael Walsh, charged with perjury. They
were witnesses In the case of "Bad Jack"
Williams, "Ojster Jack" Selfert and "Dutch
'IT wlsLh afell' feel that Its beat Interests sault to kill It is alleged in the Indictment
"onlti be carefully guarded and iromotfd.
w u .ttcit Aiwrney, jar. josepa w.
that tzter testified talmtl-r.
Deputy BoeriC Thomas Qulnn. whs killed
Washington Times Thinks It Mors
the Color Scheme.
Washington. Matit Commenting on the
colors of the rproposed flag for the World's
Fair, the .Washington Times says:
"The directors of the St. Louis Exposi
tion have been having a discussion over a
flag which shall combine the colors of the
United States, Spain and France., They
wanted to put in the red, white and blue
m. ,1.1. ..A.....K.. ..II... tr Q..l.. .... .Via
fleur-de-lls for France, but some of the dl-i
rectors naa a violent oojcction to tne yel
low. They said that If the people saw that
jellow streak In the flag tbey might take
it as an evidence of yellow fever and be
frightened. The Louisville Courier-Journal
thinks that this Is unjust and an unneces
sary boycotting of a beautiful color.
"It may be, but yellow Is a pecular kind
of color. In its history, its associations and
its elective offlnltles. It Is associated his
torically with Spain and China, and neither
th-s Spanish nor the Chinese have had any
natural affiliations with us. It has been the
signal for yellow fever for a good many
years, and that Is not a very pleasant idea
to be mixed up with.
"Yellow is not a decorative color except
In certain combinations, and too much of
It In a room Is unpleasant unless It Is the
dominating color, and even then It Has to
be treated carefully. There Is something
about It that Is trying. Contrast, for ex
ample, a room furnished entirely In red or
green, blue ar pink, Uh one furnished en
tirely in yenow. Tiie.e is something aoout
yellew which Is more suited to the tropics
than to this climate."
CLEARS $1,000,000
Mayor Patten of Eranston Boosts
Price of May Optioi 6 Cents
on Settling Day.
Efllnjxhnm Illc-li School AluninL
Effingham. III., May 3L The Alumni As
sociation of the lifflnghnm High School
held Its annual banquet to-night at Ar
mory Hall, and the event was attended by
a large number of numbers. The associa
tion dates back seventeen years to the es
tablishment of tho High School, and many
prominent citizens of Illinois are members
cf it.
GrndaatlBc Hserclse nt Illotimeud.
Richmond, Mo.. May JK-Th graduating
exercises of the Richmond High Hchool
were held at the Dougherty Audltorittm In
this city last nlsht. Th ! mm.
?,eT ?'. '0 young ladles. Misses Ruby I
ly Schwelch and Letltla Allen Buttle. I
A?8..fi,l5Hi.''JM 0 h class was d- Thinking of moving? Read over the E
JSJUJO or p IWversnd Doctor aiorgs IL -Room for Bent" ads. printed in to-day's
Comls of Kansas Cit. JUpublio before deciding when to xsors.
Chicago, May St. James A. Patten. Mayor
of Evanston, and a prominent Board of
Trade operator, to-day brought to a suc
cessful close the corner in May oats which
has dominated the oats market since early
last fall.
The profits credited to Mr. Patten are es
timated at tl.CCCOOO.
About the time prices in corn began to
mount skywards last year on account of the
crop shortage It was learned that some
one was taking In all the May oats ofTered
on the Chicago market and elsewhere.
Prices began to advance steadily from
around 37c
On the big flurry on the Chicago Board
last December May oats were pushed to
T?ic Since that time reaction's occurred,
and when delivery day came this month
many speculators thought the bottom had
fallen out of the corner.
It was said Mr. Patten had 10.000,00 bu. to
12.000.000 bu. of the May options. Everything
that was offered to him on deliveries he
took, and In turn sold practically all the
contract stock to shippers at good Inducements.
This left i.othlng for the shorts to ac
quire with which to settle and prices ac
cordingly were pushed up by Mr. Patten
personally in the pit to-day.
May oats closed yesterday at jc To
day prices Jumped about 6c and closed at
ITHic There was a little flurry of excitement
at the close, but the corner did cot affect
the other options.
Teachers' Annuity Association.
Jefferson City, Mo., May 3L The Teach
ers' Benevolent Annuity Association of the
St. Louis Public Schools, was chartered by
Secretary of State Sam B. Cook to-day.
The association is a mutual aid organiza
tion, which Intends to protect superannu
ated teachers by pensioning them. All per
sons actively engaged In teaching in St.
Louis are eligible to membership. The of
ficers are as follows: George T. Murphy,
president; Francis E. Cock, vice president;
Louis W. Teuteberg, secretary, and Fred
trick C Woodruff, treasurer.
AND - -
Double Daily Sleeping-Car Service.
Leaving St. Louis
Arrives Boston
. 9:0O A. M.f 8:30 P. M.
5:20 P. M., 10:07 A. M.
THE WABSS is the only line having double!
daily service. v j
Ticket Office - - Eighth and Ofivfj
ii -'
Hangs for Hours Before Assist
ance Arrives, and He Will Be
Disabled for Months.
HuntsvUle. Ala.. May 31.-Tom Harless. a.
fanner, who lives near Berkeley. Ala., was
assaulted and robbed by two men and then
nailed to a tree.
He was rescued alive, but his hands were
badly torn and he will not be able to work,
for several months.
Earless had been on the Esslmger place
plowing, and was eating his dinner nt a
spring when he was confronted by two
strange men with pistols, who robbed him
of ti and then backed him against a tree.
His flesh on each side was nailed to the
tree and his hands were stretched above his
head oatt treated likewise. la this coali
tion he remained until dark, when hejwos :
icm;ucu(u u utm iiaau. ' I,
1 il' - i-
RepnMlcans at Poplar ,TlTtr.)i "y? ?
Poplar Bluff, Mo.. May IL Tha Eepsbsle-.
an Central Committee held a meeting at ts
Courthouse this afternoon and selected Sat-a .
urday. August 9. as the date for hohHne - " - v
townsnlp meetings, and Monday. Arjgsst IV. . "
cs the date for nominating a county ticket.- in
A ttlMmi aimed bv twentv-ftlx tassavsrs
of Neeiyvllle asked for a primary. 6tJ'-S'f r&r
ceived no attention. - j! jS''Sjr5
JnbnCinunrh. i! -- " K1
Nos. IKS. 123 and 1S30 Wash street,-thrss i?
nine-room houses, lot 50xlS5 feet, fraaa 3f ""
rold 0Bourke to Louis Meyers asd.jw; J! .
lor ib,v.- i-urtoasea lor investment. itzz&r
10. 3713 Lincoln avenue. two-stsryf 11 1 ''lists.'
to William H. Dobel and wife far-
Lot 0x121 feet, south side of rntn
Hants avenue. 2S0 feet west of Unto3
Sold for US a foot.
Prohibition Ticket In Morsi.':
Jacksonville. BL. Mav 21 -Th.-
ticnists of Morgan County met hera-.ti
- uwu.-.u uwacl tl3 10UQWVC7
rtoDcrt xxainorauso; -mere,, J,. H
Sheriff. Aaron Swah-r? T"Men-j
Holmes; Superintendent of Sriisifll-EcU-B
Ryndersr Commissioner; JX JX? XSB5rT
& -j-
rtsBBsstsK-. i7iy
Thinking of moving? Bead over tfe MsVS
aaav priatea ta-.w jja j- r
"Room for Rnt'
Eepuhllo jbelaro deddlss- whers t
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